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Proheat® 1400 LCD Dial-in Heat Gun & Kit

Dial-in variable temperature and airflow heat gun with LCD display and Lockability

  • Compact, light weight, easy-to-use
  • LCD with digital display of temperature and air flow settings
  • Dial-in temperatures in 10° increments from 130°F to 1000°F. (50°C to 540°C) displayed in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius
  • Adjustable air flow from 4 to 16 CFM (113 - 453 l/min.)
  • Prolock™ magnetic key provided with every unit locks controls to prevent changing of temperature and airflow.
  • Electronic closed-loop temperature control system maintains constant temperature when varying air flow or using specialty attachments
  • Balanced ergonomic design and grip prevents operator fatigue
  • Power-interrupt Reset feature
  • Use to heat or dry temperature sensitive materials, shrink tubing, shrink packaging and specialty connectors, solder and desolder, bend plastics, activate adhesives, remove decals, defrost frozen pipes and more
  • Multiple electrical plugs, attachments & bench stand available

Available Models

MODEL NO. DESCRIPTION
PH-1400 Heat Gun 120V 60 Hz 11A
PH-1400K Heat Gun Kit 120V 60 Hz 11A
PH-2400 - Coming Soon Heat Gun 230V* 50/60 Hz 6.2A
PH-2400K - Coming Soon Heat Gun Kit 230V* 50/60 Hz 6.2A
35336 Proheat Nozzle Guard      

 

Specifications

Avg. Temp. 130° F to 1000° F
50°C to 540° C
Nozzle Opening: .88”I.D., 1.31" O.D.
Avg. Air Volume: 4-16 CFM/113-453 l/min Cordset: 6 ft., 3-wire grounded
Avg. Air Velocity: 737-4000 FPM/
213-1219m/min
Shipping Weight Tool: 2 lbs.
Shipping Weight Kit: 7 lbs.
Motor: Permanent Magnet Tool Net Weight: 1.6 lbs.
Dimensions: 8.2" L x 3.0" W x 7.3" H

Net Weight: 1.6 lbs.

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